The unique laser scanner and the built-in ultrasound technology allow for virtually contact-free navigation. This means that the Kobold VR200 detects around 98% of all obstacles. However, if it was to touch a piece of furniture, the “bumper” protects both the robot and the furniture. To avoid potential collisions, some areas can be marked as no-go areas with magnetic strips.
Articles in this section
- How, when and why robot is connecting?
- Best Practice Maintenance/ Keeping Your Kobold Robot Clean to Avoid Blockages
- How large is the volume of the VR dust container?
- How does the Kobold VR200 detect obstacles and hazards such as thresholds or steps?
- How long does the robot vacuum cleaner need to charge fully and how long is its battery life?
- Can the wheels of the VR100 be replaced?
- When I send the VR300 robot vacuum cleaner back to the base station, it wobbles when docking. Is it supposed to do that?
- I would like a remote control for the VR300 robot vacuum cleaner. Can I buy one as an accessory?
- Is Vorwerk now forcing me to use the Kobold Robot app?
- What is the range of the VR200 remote control and which batteries are used?